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Dec 3, 2012 8:00pm EST
us for our new york city is konrad motyka. he's an fbi agent. agent trained to, what is your view and the fbi association's view changes made to the 1986 law? >> guest: as the proposed changes made their way up committee, there is discussion going forward and a lot of acknowledgment and parts of the law that needs to be tweaked with further input to take one person accused into account. these changes that have been proposed represent a very fundamental change in how these types of stored communications are accessed by law enforcement. mr. nojeim is correct and there is a distinction between content that is fresher than 180 days in content older than 180 days. the proposed amendments to several things. one, for content older than 180 days it increases the legal standard by which law enforcement can obtain the actual content, raising it from a standard of reasonableness to a standard of probable cause and having a search warrant be required to obtain the data from which the form of judicial intervention because a search warrant needs to be signed up by a judge. it also creates a presump
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